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Since: 6.1.02
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So I've got a website I made with iWeb (bleh). When I publish it it's supposed to look like this: http://web.mac.com/moegates it looks like that when I publish to .mac, AND when I view publish it to a folder and view it locally on my computer.

However, when I upload the page to my site with ftp, it looks like this http://www.allcitynewyork.com/home2.html

I've tried using different ftps. Is it a hosting problem? It used to be exactly the same, no problem. Any advise on how to fix it or who to contact?



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.24
    Originally posted by MoeGates
    So I've got a website I made with iWeb (bleh). When I publish it it's supposed to look like this: http://web.mac.com/​moegates it looks like that when I publish to .mac, AND when I view publish it to a folder and view it locally on my computer.

    However, when I upload the page to my site with ftp, it looks like this http://www.allcitynewyork.com/​home2.html

    I've tried using different ftps. Is it a hosting problem? It used to be exactly the same, no problem. Any advise on how to fix it or who to contact?
Are you using a style sheet on .mac that didn't move over to your place? I see some CSS directives in there, but I can't figure out if you're actually loading in any (but feel like you must be?) Also...I don't know so much about CSS, sad to say. But you probably do!



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Since: 6.1.02
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.13
No, I know nothing about anything - I'm mostly just trying to figure out if it's an iWeb issue, an ftp issue, or a hosting issue (I have GoDaddy. Do they suck?).

The fact that I can view it internally on my computer from a separate file and it's fine leads me think it's a hosting issue.



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Since: 10.12.01
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
CRZ's on the right track.

The CSS file you have at http://web.mac.com/moegates/Site/home_files/home.css is different from the one you have at http://www.allcitynewyork.com/home_files/home.css .

I'd guess there's an old version of the CSS file caught up somewhere. If you want the .mac version, grab it from that site and reupload it to the allcitynewyork site.



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